Measuring Man: Subjective wellbeing, happiness, quality of life: Papers

Birgitta Berglund, Eva-Liz Harju, Eva Kosek and Ulf Lindblom 2002”Quantitative and qualitative perceptual analysis of cold dysesthesia and hyperalgesia in fibromyalgia”, Pain
Volume 96, Issues 1-2, March 2002, Pages 177-187, doi:10.1016/S0304-3959(01)00443-2

Cummins R.A., & Lau, A.L.D. “Using health and subjective well-being for quality of life measurement: A review”. In: L. Bauld, K Clarke & T Maltby (Eds.), Social Policy Review 18 (pp. 165-192), Bristol: Policy Press, 2006.

Diener E,, “Assessing Subjective Well-Being: Progress and Opportunities”: Social Indicators Research, Vol. 31, 1994, 103 – 157

Galen, Robert S. and S. Raymond Gambino 1975 “Beyond normality : the predictive value and efficiency of medical diagnoses“, New York : John Wiley, 1975, ISBN: 0471290475, Dewey call number: 616.075013, Subject term: Diagnosis–Statistical methods. Subject term: Medicine, Clinical. Subject term: Function tests (Medicine) Subject term: Diagnosis Subject term: Preventive medicine.

Schleicher R, Galley N, Briest S and Galley L 2008 “Blinks and saccades as indicators of fatigue in sleepiness warnings: looking tired?”, Ergonomics, Volume 51, Issue 7 July 2008 , pages 982 – 1010, DOI: 10.1080/00140130701817062

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